The Leading Cause of Premature Aging and Premature Death is Fructose
Increased insulin and leptin receptor sensitivity has clearly become the leading candidate for premature death. This results from two primary conditions: too much sugar and processed foods, combined with insufficient exercise.
Fructose is a major contributor to:
Insulin resistance and obesity
Elevated blood pressure
Elevated triglycerides and elevated LDL
Cardiovascular disease, liver disease, cancer, arthritis and even gout
How does it do all this?
Fructose adversely affects your body in a number of ways, but one of the mechanisms that causes significant damage is glycation; a process in which the sugar bonds with proteins and form so-called advanced glycation end products, or AGEs. It's a fitting acronym because – along with oxidation – it's one of the major molecular mechanisms whereby damage accrues in your body, which leads to disease, aging, and eventually, death. READ MORE...